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MPAA Rated R for violence and language

Sex & Nudity

  • Some brief kissing between a man and a woman about 3 times.
  • woman in short skirt dances suggestively on stage
  • It's implied that a man is looking at cheerleaders in short skirts with binoculars. Nothing bad happens or is seen.
  • A few mild references scattered about. Nothing bad.

Violence & Gore

  • The movie is not as intense or graphic as it sounds.
  • A man appears to be shot at close range twice with a gun while video record is made on the case.
  • Several scenes where people hold each other at gunpoint.
  • A man throws a cup at another man's face, breaking his nose, we see his nose bleeding.
  • Several bloody animal corpses are found in a cellar of a taxidermy shop. It may be quite frightening.
  • A man chokes another man quite aggressively and throws him to the ground in a pub.
  • A man is acting in a psychopatic way thoughout the movie, this may be frightening for some younger viewers.
  • A man holds another man at gunpoint with a lever action rifle.
  • A man holds a young woman at gunpoint.
  • Some other mild fighting scenes occur, and quite a lot of agression throughout the movie.


  • Strong, (FU*K and its other versions) and mild language throughout the movie.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A male character is seen smoking a cigarette in one scene.
  • A woman also smokes in one scene.
  • A character is chewing tobacco on two occasions in the film. Another mentions it would kill him.
  • Several people are seen drinking in a pub.
  • A man seems to have drunk a lot of beer, beer cans can be seen in a full trash can.
  • Drunk people are mentioned once.
  • A man asks another man if he has used drugs.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Several bloody fights, including fistfights, shootouts, knife fight, and so on. Several people die in various ways, including main characters.
  • A man who is said to be a hermit, has a quite menacing appearance, he stutters, and acts in a psychopatic way throughout the movie, which may frighten younger viewers.
  • There are two or three scenes where carcasses of animals are shown, with blood also portrayed, which is quite disturbing.
  • The house and cellar (taxidermy shop) of a man contains lots of stuffed animals, carcasses, frightening posed artificial human forms and so on.
  • A main character's father seems to have a serious disease including the need for an intibated breathing machine, he can't move or speak. It is quite moving.


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Violence & Gore

  • A fight occurs between two men, they choke, kick and beat each other, then one of them pushes the other's head into a knife that is stuck in the wall, killing him. His bloody corpse is seen on two occasions, the sheriff who finds him vomits because of the scenery.
  • A man is hit in the back of the neck by another man with a bolt cutter (only the bloody aftermath is seen). Later he is found alive, and treated in a hospital.
  • A man is killed with a cats paw (a type of crow bar). We hear the sounds of him struggling but we don't see the actual action. Later his bloody body and exagerrated wounds are shown.
  • A young man and a young woman are tied up, later plastic shipping envelopes are put on their heads and their throats are duct taped by a man so they would suffocate. Later they are found and magically the plastic envelopes are ripped off.
  • Two men engage in a gunfight while one is driving away in a car, the other shoots at the driver, he drives his car into a tree and he dies.
  • A corpse is shot in the chest twice with a silenced pistol.

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